Rev. Nancy Wilson Sun. | Aug. 25 | 10AM This Sunday we will conclude our dramatic series, “We Live, We Love” as we explore the story of Joseph and his brothers in Genesis. This is a very modern story – one that deals with human trafficking, betrayal, family dysfunction, immigration, and, most of all, the […]

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“We Live, We Love: Rejected”

Rejection and the Story of Hagar and Ishmael This Sunday, in our series about relationships and conflict, we consider a Biblical saga that would be perfect for a TV mini-series! An ancient story about Abraham, Sarah, Hagar and Ishmael that could be an episode of “Big Love,” about a polygamous family, love, surrogacy, rejection and […]

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The Outsiders: Who is My Neighbor

This season we have been exploring our connection and responsibility towards those of our neighbors who are perceived as “Outsiders.” This week we will focused on “Who is my neighbor” the person asked Jesus. Who is our neighbor? The parable of the Good Samaritan reminds us that the outsider is our neighbor, perhaps even more a […]

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The Outsiders: The Wanderer”

This season we have been exploring our connection and responsibility towards those of our neighbors who are perceived as “Outsiders.” This week we focus on the traveler who is always an outsider — visiting new places and adjusting to customs and cultures outside their own experience. Sometimes wanderers are also refugees. Jesus warns the disciples […]

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“The Outsiders: The Distressed”

This season we are exploring our connection and responsibility towards those of our neighbors who are “Outsiders” – something many of us know about personally. This week we focus on a scripture story that describes a man whose demons forced him to live on the outside of community. The story is not only an ancient […]

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This season we are exploring our connection and responsibility towards those of our neighbors who are “Outsiders” – something many of us know about personally. This Sunday we heard in the Gospel reading that Jesus himself was homeless as he ministered to the crowds. In fact, he called people to leave the comforts of home […]

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“Freedom to Love”

Sunday May 19th, we continued exploring stories of the earliest church from the Book of Acts. We encounterd the apostle Peter and the Gentile centurion, Cornelius as they “took the Cup of Freedom!” Our scripture this week was another example of the “unhindered gospel,” as Peter comes to know the extravagant love of God that […]

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“King of Hearts”

Join Rev. Vickie Miller for the last Sunday of the liturgical calendar year. We will celebrate the Reign of Christ or Christ the King Sunday. In so many ways, we long for God’s sovereignty and dominion where peace and justice prevail and are called to participate in its’ accomplishment here and now.

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“Signs and Birthpangs”

Join Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson’s as she explores the topic of “Signs and Birthpangs.” As our church year begins to wind down, we hear these mysterious words of Jesus in Mark. Jesus is encouraging the disciples to look around them, to read “the signs of the times,” to see in the chaos of the world […]

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